Matt Damon confesses his dementia

11.19.2019     /     News author: Alexandra

Matt Damon confesses his dementia
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Matt Damon is a very renowned actor. In recent years great papers have rained and it seems that he has never missed work. However, he considers himself "the dumbest actor of all time." This was stated in a recent interview in which he explained that he refused to be part of Avatar, one of the highest grossing films in film history. The actor is in full promotion of Ford v Ferrari, the film that stars alongside Christian Bale and that will hit theaters this week. “I like the fact that I can proudly affirm that I am the dumbest actor of all time. I am the worst businessman, ”he told the BBC.


Matt Damon is a very renowned actor. In recent years great papers have rained and it seems that he has never missed work. However, he considers himself "the dumbest actor of all time." This was stated in a recent interview in which he explained that he refused to be part of Avatar, one of the highest grossing films in film history. The actor is in full promotion of Ford v Ferrari, the film that stars alongside Christian Bale and that will hit theaters this week. “I like the fact that I can proudly affirm that I am the dumbest actor of all time. I am the worst businessman, ”he told the BBC.

In a recent interview with GQ, the 49-year-old actor explained that James Cameron offered him in his day to receive 10% of Avatar's earnings if he accepted the leading role to play Jake Sully. He rejected it and the role ended up being for Sam Worthington. "I am the actor who must have let more money escape," Damon said. The interviewer told him that "many people have done the calculation and you may be right," to which Damon replied "I prefer not to know the truth." According to the BBC, if the actor had accepted the role, it would now be 250 million dollars richer, since the film accumulated more than 2.7 billion dollars at the box office. "Well, they wouldn't hurt me," Damon joked.

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